I wanted to ask you about a physical problem I've been having.
On top of that, my mother is experiencing some extreme health problems and also my husband, and I wonder if there is...
My, my, my!
I mean, it's like everyone is falling apart.
Alright. Well, maybe that's so you can pull yourselves back together in another way.
Yes, we all feel an awakening of some kind.
Yes. As I just said, so you can pull yourselves back together in another way.
The assumption, in this sense, comes from an old habit in your society which assumes "In order to pull yourself together in the way you want to, you have to first destroy the original structure."
You don't have to.
You can transform it
You can transform it easily, effortlessly, lovingly, and gently.
De-structurization does not have to be Destruction.
You don't have to "fall apart" to disassemble the old idea and then re-assemble the new one.
This simply comes from an old habit, an old assumption that you have to break into pieces in order to gather yourself back together.
You don't have to break into many pieces so you can analyze each and every one.
You can allow yourself to begin to function and know you are "whole" as you are.
Allow yourself to simply redefine the entire idea that you are
and any pieces you choose to continue to create yourself to be will then become a part of that whole and redefine themselves.
The idea of "breakdown" comes from the built-in assumptions that your society gives you—that you have to create a breaking down in order to build-up.
It is what may be called the "Phoenix Syndrome" in your society, that you actually have to reduce yourself to ashes in order to rise from them again.
You can simply transform more like what you would call the Chimera, rather than the Phoenix, by recognizing the fire that exists within you now and allowing the fire to transform you without consuming you.
So, I didn't have to do this at all, right?
No, you don't have to at all.
If you can imagine the way you prefer to be and start acting like the person you imagine, then you will be that person and have that life-style and all that goes with it.
If you assume that the person you would like to be requires some lengthy bridge to cross in order to get there, then you will spend time on the bridge and you may create it to be quite creaky.
So allow yourself to melt into the person you wish to be now rather than chipping away at yourself in order to become that new idea.